Baserange is a line of affordable sustainable under and easy wear. The focus is on working with high quality, organic fabrics in innovative ways that benefits both producer and consumer while minimizing environmental impact. Modern basics in easy soft silhouettes made to emphasize natural beauty and be forever wearable.


Christopher Ræburne’s pioneering work has brought sustainable design to a mainstream fashion audience embodying luxury with integrity. The list of collaborations - Moncler, Barbour, Fred Perry, Clarks, Unmade, Wool and the Gang, and most recently MCM, just to name a few, awards (Designer Business of the Year at the UK Fashion and Textiles awards, the Rising Star award from UK Fashion and Textiles, the British Fashion Award for Emerging Talent Menswear, etc), nominations and named Menswear Brand of the Year at the UK Fashion and Textiles Awards Designer Business of the Year at the UK Fashion and Textiles awards artistic director of Victorinox Fashion is the first designer to be awarded Newgen sponsorship for both men’s and womenswear nominated for a Condé Nast Traveller award: design and innovation, for the Observer Ethical Awards

His ‘DIGITAL RAINBOW’ collection was exhibited at the Design Museum as part of ‘SUSTAINABLE FUTURES’


Ræburn graduated in 2006 from London's Royal College of Art. He freelanced as a pattern cutter before setting up his own studio in 2008, and later his label.[2] Ræburn participated in the 'Camouflage' exhibition at London's Imperial War Museum and featured in Hywel Davies' publication '100 New Designers'. Ræburn ended 2008 with his first collection showcased during London Design Week, a capsule range of reversible garments titled Inverted.

Ræburn has become known for the ethical integrity of his work, although he admits it was never his intention.